My husband and I lived with our master bedroom for almost 2 years and it never felt right. I tried more furniture, less furniture, new art, but it didn't work.
I think I immediately knew it wasn't right...but I just kinda tried to live with it. Finally we moved all our bedrooms in our house, so our bedroom not only changed actual rooms, but it also got completely made over
This was our old bedroom
It felt...too floral, not enough space, the walls never seemed the right color, the bedding although I liked it in the store...didn't feel like my style.
Then we moved into the guest room, and got white bedding
(ps the reason we are in the guest room is because the master isn't that much bigger, but the bigger closet is in the guest room)
I liked the green walls for a guest room, but not for the master. So I got to work!
And here is the finished product
We used the same metal tin tile that we had above our bed in our first room, but I painted it white and used some sophisticated finishing paint in pewter
I really love the look of it, and since I already had the tin tile and paint, it was free.
I got some opps paint from Home Depot, and this bar cart that I found on the side of the street and fixed it up with a chevronish pattern
Here is the before
I painted the tops white and the rest blue. Then taped off the top.
I really love the chevron pattern, so it was an easy decision for me. Also because I didn't do an actual chevron pattern I didn't need to measure or make it difficult, which is always a plus for me.
I took all the paint swatches and used them to make some free art
And again here is the final product.
The paint & supplies- Nimbus Cloud by Martha Stewart $35
Bedding- Ikea $40 cover
Bedskirt- Target Shabby Chic Collection $35
Throw blanket- Ikea $20
Kiss Me Pillow- Home Goods $20
Grey & White stripe body pillow- Target-$10
Side Tables- I already owned just fixed them up
Opps paint- $7 but already owned
Tin Tile- Already owned the tile & paint
Mercury Glass Lamps- $70 for both TJ Max
All frames- Ikea & Walmart but already owned
All Together the room cost $230, we also had $105.00 left over from last years Christmas and we used that towards the makeover, so in total it was $125 makeover
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